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Old 04-11-2004, 01:46 PM   #1
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Auto-generation of configure files in Kdevelop


Hi I'm a C programmer using Kdevelop. My problem is that I'm trying to, in my source files, do simple things like include glib and the mysql c API. I can include them fine, and when I compile at the command line specifying glib packages and the search directories for mysql, everything compiles fine. However when I try to build the files using Kdevelop, it fails because the configure file generated by kdevelop does not compensate for my special needs in libs. Is there a way to have Kdevelop automatically scan my source files and generate the configure file based upon my unique dependencies? If not in Kdevelop, then some other way? Thanks.
 
  


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